Speaking June 16 at the Automotive News Congress in Washington, VW of America CEO Scott Keogh said he expects ID4 availability and inventory to build dramatically late this year and into 2023 as production in Tennessee ramps up.
“We’re going to move from 1,500 cars a month [imported from Germany] to 7,000 cars a month [produced in Chattanooga], and eventually the plant is going to be able to build 10,000 cars per month,” he said. “So we’re gonna bring the dealers down in Chattanooga again, sometime around a September/October window, and get the reservation system cranked up. But I think we’ll start to see inventory — low inventory — probably around, let’s say, the first or second quarter of 2023.”
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